Some books you read, and then forget. Others change a small part of your life. Then there are the rare gems that fundamentally change the way you think, live, and work. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport is one of the later. As the world
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I am going to tell you about my GTD Gmail system and how I use it in daily life. It makes email processing a breeze – reaching Inbox Zero in less than 5 minutes – while also keeping in sight important tasks and to-dos. Email is the devil of the Knowledge Economy.
I read Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future over the summer. It’s a fantastic read and a detailed account of the ups and downs of one of the biggest visionaries of our time. It also gives you a sneak peek into Elon Musk work ethic and productivity secretshe
Time is finite. We all have the same amount of hours each day. You can’t store time, borrow it, or save for later use. You can only decide how to allocate it, spending it on activities of higher rather than low value. Time management is a game of choices: projects
I just finished reading “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson, the only authorized biography of one of the most creative minds of all time. I watched the movie based on the book and his other biopic — simply titled “Jobs” — last year. Driven to learn more about his innovations, productivity, leadership, and marketing